EMS vs Conventional Training

Conventional Training

up to 90 minutes

5-6x/week

​additional cost above gym membership fees

up to 400 cal

​no

no

​high

high

​not always

1x faster

with different exercises

1x

1x

mostly not

only with Physiologist

no

mostly not

no



with restriction

185 bpm



average of 15 - 25 sessions

XBody EMS Training

max 20 minutes

only 2x/week

​training with a personal trainer (included)

within next 4 - 6 hours: 1200 cal

within next 48 hours: 3000-4000 cal

​yes

yes

very low

​no

yes

up to 3x faster

always

up to 5x faster

up to 3x faster

yes

yes

yes

always

yes



yes

120 - 130 bpm



average of 4-6 sessions

Compare the facts

Time required to train

Convenience and time saving

​Dedicated skilled personal trainer

Calories burned as a result of the training

Cellulite treatment during training

Gentle on joints

Muscle injury risk

Back injury risk

Compensation of muscular imbalances

Speed of strength improvement

Core and endurance training

Deep muscle tissue growth speed

Weight and fat loss speed

Improve metabolism

Treatment for back and hips injury

Improve incontinence

Aiding the recovery process of injuries

Assisting or solution of prevention of orthopedic surgery

Regulating eating habits

Predicted maximum heart rate - depending on circumstances

Expected visible results after multiple sessions

Comparing the time under tension (the time a muscle is contracted during a workout) of a 20 minute full body EMS training session and an hour of weight training at the gym, the effectiveness of EMS training is up to 30 times higher than a conventional workout.

  • Increased muscle formation and definition
  • Increased maximum strength and endurance
  • EMS is gentle on your joints
  • Compensation of muscular imbalances

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